New ARC Advisory Group research on the global Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Machinery Applications market reveals that all regions will experience strong market growth to one degree or another.
American Eagle Outfitters Purchases Kindred SORT Robots to Meet Surge of Online Orders, Increase Worker Distancing
Kindred announced that American Eagle Outfitters is expanding its fleet of Kindred SORT robots and will install 26 additional units in its primary U.S. distribution centers.
- by Nikunj Mehta
Reducing time-to-first-value enables plant and manufacturing executives who believe in the potential of operational AI to prove their intuition quickly and with much less risk.
The dawn of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) era will render the usual playbook of continuous shrinking and packing more and more transistors into chipsets will become unsustainable.
- by Antony Bourne, IFS
By Antony Bourne
This article highlights what he believes are three major ethical issues facing the industry, as manufacturers weigh up their AI investments and embark upon this new technological direction in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
At the click of a button, visitors can download resources on additive manufacturing (AM), artificial intelligence (AI), Industry 4.0, cyber security, obsolescence, sustainability and the circular economy.
The worldwide market for artificial intelligence software will expand to $98.8 billion by 2025, rising by a factor of six from $16.4 billion in 2019—despite the varying effects of the COVID-19 pandemic across different industries, according to Omdia.
The addition of UltraSoC to Siemens enables a unified data-driven infrastructure, and the creation of a solution to help semiconductor industry customers overcome key pain points including manufacturing defects, software and hardware bugs, device early-failure and wear-out, functional safety, and malicious attacks.
- by Cory Fogg, Automation.com
By Cory Fogg
Social distancing requirements and efforts to facilitate remote workers have called for automation to play a starring role in making things feasible for many organizations. Here are a few instances where automation is playing a significant role in facilitating a more harmonious world in the future.
- by Takayuki Sugizaki, Yokogawa Electric
By Takayuki Sugizaki, Yokogawa Electric
Plant managers are faced with the dual challenges of increasing production efficiency while maintaining aging equipment, and corporate executives must do the same across the entire manufacturing enterprise. In the process industries, subject matter experts (SMEs) are those end user employees with the expertise required to understand processes and equipment.
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